This summer sees many artists, like HAIM, Halsey, and Beck, coming back with big anticipated releases. As a result the summer of 2017 is shaping up to be a season full of hits and potential classics.
Though many enjoy listening to music for its ability to make dull situations more fun, it can also deaden our feelings to the world around us as we insulate ourselves in a soundtrack.
Editor Isabella Dow discusses the meaning of television soundtracks, and song, in our daily lives.
Acid jazz “Cloud 9” brings euphoria and rhythm from Jamiroquai along with a party track by Trinidadian DJ Jillionaire in singles this week.
It’s Christmas time again, and what better way to get in the holiday spirit than ‘A Christmas Festival’ with the Boston College Bands
No shuffle. No skips. Just vinyl.
“Without words, without restrictions on what I should think, with only space to absorb the music and make my thoughts mine—this is, for me, the matchless power of classical music.”
Taste in music can be as divisive as it is unifying. Working with my brother on a farm made this sentiment even more apparent.
Within the music realm, there exists many ways to produce, create, and enjoy the medium. Despite this, many claim that a purer, truer kind of music exists in a predefined objective form.
The spirit within the BC community for athletics is admirable, scarily impressive, and it is one thing I hope for in the arts at BC. The arts community consists of talented and creative individuals who move tirelessly, going through the motions without celebrating each other properly. While athletics are deeply rooted in BC’s culture, the arts consist of pockets of talented individuals, disconnected and hopefully yearning for the BC community to rally behind their achievements as well.